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About 310 Lakeside
Relax and enjoy our award winning “New American” cuisine and
our professional service with a personal touch.
Daily lunch and dinner specials accompany our menu along with a late night menu and
our signature desserts to round out your experience.
310 Lakeside has a beautiful view of Lake Eola in downtown Orlando and offers outdoor dining as well as a casual and relaxed dining room.
We can now be your choice for special occasions as well as wedding receptions, business functions and any other catering needs.
Sunday Brunch is served along with our full menu and reservations are accepted
either online or by phone.
We know you will enjoy our great outdoor atmosphere or the
indoor ambience of our restaurants.
Orlando, FL 32801
Contemporary American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday 11:00am - 3:00pm
Brunch: Sunday 10:am-3:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Lunch: Sunday: 10:00am 4:00pm
Dinner Nightly: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Late Night Menu 11:00pm - Close
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
On street parking is at a premium. Parking Garage opposite the entrance is Pay parking until 5pm and validated after 5pm by 310 Lakeside.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
310 Lakeside Ratings and Reviews
Service at this restaurant is ALWAYS dismal. I know we had a large group, but our server didn't even ask if we wanted to order apps or any food for the first 45 min. It turned a 1-1.5 hour brunch into THREE hours. The food was alright. Our steak was WAY over cooked, but no one ever came to ask how anything was. The location is convenient, and I love the patio- but overall not a great experience.
Came here for lunch/brunch before going to see The Little Mermaid at Dr. Phillips. Location was great to walk to theater. Restaurant was not real noisy, breakfast menu was somewhat limited for me as I have a sensitivity/allergy to eggs, and a little confusing as it stated 3 egg omelets but then had a large gap followed by descriptions of items..such as smoked salmon with a bagel, I was excited for this option (thinking it was a bagel with smoked salmon) but soon learned it was an omelet. I decided on the french toast, it was somewhat flavorless, made on french bread which made it a bit hard, there was no fruit or any other side to go with it which made the cost a bit much for 4 pieces. Overall, I don't know that I would go back for brunch but may try the regular menu if in town to eat again.
Great location, good food. That said, went on a Saturday for brunch and they had a DJ spinning at 11 A.M., which is cool, but he was playing hard EDM LOUDLY to the point where it was difficult to speak with others. I get that it may get more dancy or loungy after 2, but for 11 while eating with friends it would have nice to have background music and not blaring us out to yell over each other. Service was incredibly slow and gruff.
This place was suggested as a good place for Valentines dinner. But is was very poor. It was eating at a legion hall. The food was poor, the drinks ok. I would not recommend this place other than to a family were their kids do not behave.
The food was left under heat lamps far too long. Just too many things to rate as poor. Several others were complaining as well.
I went here for my 24th Birthday dinner with my friends and was extremely disappointed. I had been one time previously before going to see Wicked in January. The food took to long and the waiter seemed to forget about our existence for the majority of the time. It took about 50 minutes for us to get or entrees after ordering. We ordered the seafood sampler and found the tuna to be deplorable. My sister got the ribeye and was unimpressed with it for the cost. My salmon was not bad, but all in all I would have liked this place more if our waiter had been more attentive and maybe tried to pretend we mattered on even the most minuscule level. Not one of my friends left wanting to return and I doubt I ever will.
This is a pretty place with a great outside seating section. The menu is OK. The service was below par. For dinner my wife ordered one of the specials, a stuffed grouper. It was fine but nothing special. We were not told the price when the server told us the specials. The average price of a dinner entree on the menu was low to mid 20s. The highest price item which was a filet I believe was $32. When we got the bill I saw that this fish special was $36. This was way over priced in the context of the rest of the menu and the fact that was just an OK piece of fish. Keep in mind that this is not an upscale restaurant. We were not offered water and no bread with the meals. I told the server that I wanted to talk to the manager about the unannounced price and that was ignored. Also when we got home I had an email from Trip Advisor who we made the reservation through saying that they saw that we did not make the reservation. We told the person when we checked in that we had a reservation and she acknowledged this but apparently did not record it. We will never come here again because of the service and the apparent philosophy of gouging customers if they order a special. There are much better restaurants in downtown Orlando. Actually we went to this one because all of the others were booked. Now I know why this one wasn't.
This is the second time we were here. Decided to come here before a show at the Dr. Phillips Center. This is a perfect place for that. Parking is available close to the restaurant and the walk to Dr. Phillips and other Downtown venues is pleasant.
We sat outside both times, beautiful view of the lake area. Great food and service made the entire night enjoyable.
We were dining prior to going to the Doctor Phillips Center for a performance. The entrance to the restaurant was difficult to find as we did not realize the lobby of the office building would be open on a Saturday night. The food was good with the brownie with ice cream being the highlight. It is convenient for pre-theater dining.
We were disappointed when we had a reservation on Open Table, and we were taken to a back room with no ambiance at all, because they were having a private function much later in the main dining room. We arrived at 5:00, and the function was at 8:30 when we would have been long gone. The restaurant called to confirm our visit and did not mention any of this at that time. When we checked in, they acted like they may not be able to seat our party of six at all. It was very disappointing, since this was our first time back in several years! I will not be going back again for awhile.
Rude staff and overpriced food. We were left at the reception with no host. After the hostess finally came up, she just showed the table without organizing it and left us waiting for the high chair for the baby. Then the waitress was even worst, really rude, throwing plates on the table and making all types of incovinient comments. And after all she was angry at us for not leaving the tip! Tip what? I would never recommend the place and I'm never going back there.
Our server was good. However, I ordered a cocktail that was watered down with club soda. Both meals were cold when they arrived at the table and not flavorful at all. I made reservations through Open Table and added a special note to have a dessert brought to the table after our meal that never came. After all of this, I was over this place and didn't even both to ask for the dessert. I would not recommend this place to anyone and it was definitely not worth the money.
I've been referred to 310 Lakeside for quite business meeting dinner. I've even made a special request for a quite dinning area. Upon arrival it seemed as if my request were granted until, I found out that the restaurant also had a wedding reception; and loud live music playing during majority of my business meeting. It was a total distraction but, I loved the environment just probably wouldn't visit again for a business meeting. However, I will book again for a regular dining experience :-)
I booked this restaurant on Opentable. I stated that it was my wife birthday and when we got there they didn't even acknowledge that it was her birthday. The food was bad. The steak wasn't cook to the standard. The mashed potatoes were too thick. My wife didn't enjoy her meal at all. The table that we were seated at wasn't clean also.
We visited this restaurant earlier this year as a potential location for our wedding and loved the ambience. Due to our numbers we never even set up a food tasting. Subsequently, we chose 310 Lakeside for our Christmas Eve Dinner as most places were booked. Upon arrival we noticed the restaurant was almost empty, but my family wanted to sit outside in regards to the temperature being to cold inside. The uneven tables and lack of centerpieces totally distracted me from the beautiful views of Lake Eola, not to mention the skateboarders rolling by intermittently. Regardless, it is Christmas Eve, so I began to focus on a favorable bar and food menu I have been dying to try. We were greeted by a waiter who offered to get us drinks. My mother ordered ice water, which the waiter went on to tell us how their water is super chilled and comes with a cucumber slice. The rest of my family ordered cucumber water and I ordered the Maestro Mojitos. The waiter returned stating they didn't have the maestro rum and offered me to try something else. I shrugged it off and said I'd like to try their old fashioned and ordered the beef tenderloin flatbread. The waiter returned, stating they were out of the small batch bourbon. He asked, as I wondered how many times I could order a drink they don't have, can I get you another drink. I replied, you obviously have water, so I'll take that. At this point I'm over the edge, but we went on to order. The flatbread came out and I knew we made the right choice for our wedding, however tonight was going to be rough. The bread had grill marks, but could probably stand to be thinner with an actual crunch. The beef, onions, and possible blue cheese was drowning in mozzarella. The food came out and was edible, but over priced. If I had more space I would describe all five dishes, but I'm certain everyone can infer at this point. Nothing was comped, a manager never stopped by, and the waiter got a pitty 20% tip. Very disappointing.
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